GOD OF WAR: PlayStation Plus Subscribers Might Be Able To Get The Acclaimed Game For Free In December

GOD OF WAR: PlayStation Plus Subscribers Might Be Able To Get The Acclaimed Game For Free In December

GOD OF WAR: PlayStation Plus Subscribers Might Be Able To Get The Acclaimed Game For Free In December

In December, PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to get their hands on God of War for free — if this supposed leak turns out to be legitimate. Hit the jump...

Last year, God of War exclusively released for the PlayStation 4. The game is one of action-adventure and is played from a third-person perspective. It's the fourth best-selling PlayStation 4 game — having sold more than 10 million copies — and was even award the title of "Game of the Year."

Every month, PlayStation Plus subscribers are gifted either a pair of trio of free games. For example, both Nioh and Outlast 2 are currently up for grabs. As for what will be available next month, well, here we have arrived at the topic of the article (via Game Rant).

Recently, many users reported a strange occurence to do with the official PlayStation Store page for God of War. The title featured the PlayStation Plus logo and and was listed as free. On account of this, many believe that Sony will be offering up one of their best PlayStation 4 titles for free in December.

It certainly would be a great Christmas present for subscribers to their service. December's free PlayStation Plus games will be announced in just a couple of days. Then, we'll find out just how legitimate this seeming leak is.

From Santa Monica Studio and creative director Cory Barlog comes a new beginning for God of War. Living as a man outside the shadow of the gods, Kratos must adapt to unfamiliar lands, unexpected threats, and a second chance at being a father. Together with his son Atreus, the pair will venture into the brutal Norse wilds and fight to fulfill a deeply personal quest.

God of War is exclusively available for the PlayStation 4.

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